It seems fitting that the first performer to lead the crowd in singing Wrigley Field's first World Series rendition of "Take Me Out to the Ballgame" since 1945 was Bill Murray.

The comedian, possibly the biggest Cubs fan on the planet, started by screaming to the electrified crowd, "It's the bottom of the 7th, the last chance to order beer. But we didn't come here to drink beer, we came to win this ball game!!!"

Murray, fresh off crashing a White House press briefing, could have easily slid into his lounge singing character from his days on "Saturday Night Live," but instead, he chose to performed the song like one of America's greatest entertainers - Daffy Duck.

"So I want you to spray it, not say it!" Murray screamed.


Sadly, Murray's 7th inning stretch couldn't help the Cubs, who dropped the first World Series game played at Wrigley Field in 25,952 days to the Indians, 1-0. Cleveland leads the series 2-1.